When preparing for conception it is important to create a healthy body environment to ensure a healthy pregnancy and child.
The Alternative Medicine Fertility plan supports the liver's natural detoxification processes to expel the body of toxins & prepare the uterus for birth. By encouraging the liver to cleanse the body of toxins and excess hormones & supporting the uterus to cleanse itself of old stagnant blood, increasing circulation to the uterus while tonifying the uterine tissues.
Why do you need to conduct a fertility cleanse?
Bioaccumulation is a term used to describe the accumulation of fat soluble toxins including heavy metals such as lead, mercury & cadmium, endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) such as PCBs, phthalates and bisphenol A, pesticides such as DDT & drugs in the body's fat cells. Many recent studies have confirmed widespread exposure and bioaccumulation of chemical toxicants and the negative health impacts on the development of the foetus and child.
Bioaccumulation has a negative effect on male fertility
Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs such bisphenol A, phthalates, polychlorinated biphenyls, can interfere with normal hormonal balance and can adversely effect the male reproductive system leading to low sperm count and poor sperm motility and sperm quality. 3 4
The importance of vitamins & minerals to enhance fertility
Nutrition plays a big role in having healthy fertility and experiencing a healthy pregnancy. Nutritional deficiencies have been linked to hormonal imbalance, irregular ovulation and lowered egg health, low sperm count and low libido. Therefore it is important to address any nutritional deficiencies and ensure adequate intake of all these essential vitamins and minerals to enhance chances of conception.
The alternative medicine fertility plan is designed to;
Your alternative medicine fertility health plan includes an initial Skype consultation & 2 follow up consultations over the course of a month
The first consultation
This is an individual consultation with the prospective mother aimed to specifically to boost libido and enhance Female Fertility and involves conducting a full length case history to ascertain current health level, along with a dietary assessment. If you have a presenting health condition it is better to book an individual consultation prior to commencing this course. This consultation will aim to make recommendations for a cleansing gentle detox diet to support Phase 1 & II Liver Detoxification Pathways and clean the uterus and testes of fat soluble toxins including heavy metals such as lead, mercury & cadmium, endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) such as PCBs, phthalates and bisphenol A, pesticides such as DDT & drugs in the body's fat cells including the uterus. This is essentially a Liver cleanse, Heavy Metal/Plastic Detox diet.
The second consultation
This is an individual consultation with the prospective father aimed to specifically to enhance Male Fertility.
The third consultation
This is a joint consultation with the prospective mother and father to discuss essential vitamins required to enhance fertility and increases chances of conception make a healthy baby and to make recommendations in regard to nutritional deficiencies. Specifically we will discuss food sources of folic acid, iron, B12, calcium, magnesium, the correct balance of omega 3: omega 6 all vital for foetal development.
Carina Harkin BHSc.Acu.BHSc.Nat.BHSc.Hom. Cert IV TAE.
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2 Niladri Basu et al., Mercury Levels in Pregnant Women, Children, and Seafood from Mexico City, Environ Res. 2014 Nov; 135: 63–69.
3 Hueiwang Anna Jeng1,Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Male Reproductive Health, Front Public Health. 2014; 2: 55
4 Chao Wang et al., The classic EDCs, phthalate esters and organochlorines, in relation to abnormal sperm quality: a systematic review with meta-analysis, Sci Rep. 2016; 6